Housing Shortage

We have a housing shortage in New Zealand and according to many experts the way to fix this problem is with Affordable Homes.

In our opinion this is a great start but we also want Quality Homes and great value.

Quality

The best value homes start with the Dinsdale Series. Offering a build quality you will be proud of, the Dinsdale Series allows you to own for less by saving on the land component – perfect for investors or first home owners.

Affordable

Dinsdale Court is an Affordable, modern plan large enough for today’s busy family. Additional space has been applied to create unique and considered environments culminating in the expansive open plan lounge/dining/family and kitchen area – plenty of room for everyone.

Clever Design

Clever design allows us to create extra space which can also be used to add such practical benefits as a separate storeroom, large main bathroom, single car attached garage and a guest bathroom.

Not only Affordable Homes but beautiful homes.


Affordable Homes

We have everything you need to get out of the renting cycle and on to the Property ladder. All you have to do is drop us a line and get started today.

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Prices Hiked for Affordable Homes

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Just A Little Bit More

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